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    are the 2 mini speakers connected to the big speaker with wires   (11 Answers)

    is it wireless

    By Anonymous January 25, 2014.

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      The right channel speaker has the power/pairing button, volume control, and bass adjustment knob. It is connected to the subwoofer via a wire with a specific connector on it. The left channel speaker has a standard rca style connector on the end of its wire and it also plugs into the subwoofer. The right speaker also has an aux (3.5mm) jack on the back to plug an audio device into with a wire. The preferred/normal method of connecting to the set of speakers is via bluetooth. So your phone/other music device just needs to be within range of the speakers (approx 30ft) and your music can be played.

      By nerdyrcdriver January 28, 2014.

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      What type of cable is used to connect the right speaker to the subwoofer?   (5 Answers)

      By billy October 21, 2014.

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        It uses a DIN cable, assumed to be a 5 pin(Right speaker +/- and Aux in L+/R+/-)

        By InsigniaCustomerSupport October 23, 2014.

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      What are the dimensions of each speaker?   (2 Answers)

      By Anonymous May 9, 2014.

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        The sizes are: (H x W x D) Subwoofer: 8.7 x 8.7 x 9.8 Right 6.7 x 3.5 x 4.3 Left 6.7 x 3.5 x 3.9

        By InsigniaCustomerSupport May 12, 2014.

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      are these compatible with the Insignia LED TV 19E310A13   (6 Answers)

      By Anonymous July 19, 2014.

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        The Insignia LED TV 19E310A13 does not have Bluetooth capabilities if that was what you were wondering you could use it with. HOWEVER, these speakers are still normal speakers that accept audio in from the tv's audio out (via an auxiliary cable). Since they are desktop speakers, they use an auxiliary input versus standard home-theatre/entertainment speakers than generally use the red/white (although some may have aux too). Anyhow, yes they will be compatible. These speakers should already have a green aux cable built in that you'll plug into the back of your "audio out" port on your TV.

        By bigorthy July 20, 2014.

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        Is this speaker loud enough to be heard clearly in a Jeep (with top off), powered by IPhone (Bluetooth) ?   (5 Answers)

        By Shiloh September 18, 2016.

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          Not made for mobile. Home use only.

          By DNap1 December 3, 2016.

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        Could you e-mail me a copy of the set up instructions please. I have the set of speakers but don't have the set up instructions. Thank you   (2 Answers)

        By Gary April 5, 2016.

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          The user manual and quick setup guide are available on our website. The below links are to those two docuements. http://www.insigniaproducts.com/cms/documents/manuals/NS-PSB4521_NS-PSB4521-C_Manual_EN.pdf http://www.insigniaproducts.com/cms/documents/qsg/NS-PSB4521_NS-PSB4521-C_QSG_EN.pdf

          By InsigniaCustomerSupport April 16, 2016.

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        can I connect more speakers to the system?   (5 Answers)

        By Anonymous March 4, 2016.

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          No, this speaker system doe not allow other speakers to be connected to it.

          By InsigniaCustomerSupport March 11, 2016.

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        Can I use this as a dual system, ie wireless and connect to my computer tower?   (5 Answers)

        I am looking for a system that will connect to my computer tower (not wireless) and also let me connect via Bluetooth

        By mb August 4, 2015.

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          Yes, this will do both. You have to hook the head phone jack up to your computer for it to work wired. Then if you want to do bluetooth you have to unplug the head phone jack and then you can pair.

          By DirtyJeep October 21, 2015.

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          Why do my speaker stop after a lack of sound?   (6 Answers)

          When an application isn't using sound, the speakers stop outputting sound. Can I turn this feature off? I want them always on. As of now, they only cut on when they detect sounds are being made.

          By Arthur April 26, 2014.

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            The speakers themselves go into sleep mode after 15 minutes with no input. The speakers should not be outputting any sound when applications aren't sending sound out. There is no way on the speakers to turn them always on, but there might be a way in the control panel of your computer.

            By InsigniaCustomerSupport April 29, 2014.

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          I have an insignia 32" tv that is hooked up to my insignia soundbar (ns-sb314). Would I be able to connect all of these insignia speakers/devices together to have a full surround sound system?   (2 Answers)

          By ruskadoo May 6, 2017.

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            Maybe, but I doubt it. The problem is that to do surround sound, the sound that comes out of your back speakers is actually different than your front. For example, if a movie wants it to sound like a gun shot from behind you they will make the sound come from the back speakers only and the front will be silent. Your system would need to know how to control the sound signals to coordinate that. I doubt your soundbar will do that for you. Likely what you will get is the same exact sound from the front repeated in the back (maybe even reversed based on how you place your left/right speakers). It will possibly be louder and easier to hear, but I don't think it would be actual surround sound. It is possible it may even make it worse by putting extra noise in your room and screwing up your soundbars' attempts to fake surround sound.

            By Dren May 15, 2017.

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